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In the wake of the Gamescom announcement, Square Enix has published a FAQ apologizing for the confusion around the Xbox exclusivity announcement.
In the third installment for this series, we step inside the world of digital content distribution with InComm.
John Smedley has personally been the target of hackers following yesterday's events.
The online retail giant is set to snap up Twitch for $970m in cash.
The Melbourne based distributor has secured emerging category leader, GAEMS.
Hacker Group, Lizard Squad has claimed responsibility for the attack on PlayStation Network as Xbox Live is also confirmed as down.
Hut, hut, hut! Madden NFL 15 hits stores this week.
Released late last week, GameStop's Q2 results show increases across the board.
MCV Pacific sits down with Megan Brownlow to discuss the future of advertising in Australia.
Just like in Australia, The Last of Us is once again number one across the All Platform and PS4 charts.
Sony's The Last of Us makes it three straight weeks at number 1 in the All Platforms Chart and PS4 Chart.
PlayStation has celebrated an 18 year partnership with Perisher, launching the PlayStation Terrain Park and an online competition.
According to a recent report published by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), up to 48% of Gamers in the U.S. are female.
In an interview with MCV UK, the Slightly Mad Studios creative director believes slowing down NFS production is the only way to keep it from becoming stagnate again.
Trade publisher, Trade Media will be producing the official EB Expo show program for this year’s event.
VGChartz is reporting that The Last Of Us: Remastered's 632k sales in its opening week has increased PS4 sales for the same period.
Despite selling over 10-million units in just nine months, Shuhei Yoshida feels cause for concern.
The competition launched by the New Zealand Games Developers' Association (NZGDA) will reward Indie Game Developers.
Kirsty Plaistowe leaves EA Australia, bound for Germany and Riot still looking to fill positions.
In an interview with GameInformer, Ubisoft's CEO, Yves Guillemot has stated that they will be moving away from last gen platforms from next year.